Kia will equip the Stinger, its rear-wheel drive sports saloon, with a 2.2-litre diesel engine when it launches in Europe at the end of this year.
Vauxhall has revealed the Crossland X crossover, which will be positioned beneath the Mokka X when it goes on sale later this year.
BMW’s most efficient diesel 5 Series saloon will go on sale in March, offering fuel economy of 72.4mpg with 102g/km CO2 emissions.
SEAT has added a two-wheel drive DSG option to the petrol Ateca, matching a growing trend among ‘true fleet’ customers to opt for this over the equivalent diesel.
A clever, and potent, new engine option turns the Ibiza into an efficient warm hatch, explains Alex Grant.
Volkswagen’s first seven-seat Tiguan will go on sale before the summer, badged ‘Allspace’ in European markets.
Julian Kirk is impressed by the downsized petrol engine in this entry-level A4.
The latest heavy goods vehicles are emitting less than half the NOx of diesel passenger cars, despite significantly higher fuel consumption, according to a briefing by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT).
Volkswagen marks 40 years of the GTI with the best car that’s ever worn the badge, says Alex Grant.
Volkswagen’s prosaic seven-seater gets an added dose of car park appeal. By Julian Kirk
A compact executive two-door with ideas far above its price bracket, says Alex Grant.
Vauxhall will unveil its lighter, leaner new Insignia at the Geneva Motor Show next March; badged as the Insignia Grand Sport.
Familiar C-Class components in a fashionable SUV body; the GLC can’t lose, reckons Alex Grant.
Europe is to get a network of 400 ultra-fast charging stations for electric vehicles along major routes, the result of a proposed joint venture including BMW Group, Daimler, Ford and the Volkswagen Group.
Changes to taxation for salary sacrifice cars next April could cause a rush for orders, and businesses are being advised to consider their choices carefully rather than trying to quickly take advantage of the … Read More »
Despite some clarity on future company car tax, the fleet industry has criticised the Autumn Statement for not providing key details needed to help businesses make futureproof decisions.